Yesterday President Trump tried to reassure North Korea that it would not meet the same fate as Libya. But he’s a little unclear on what that actually means.
Let’s just get one thing out of the way up front: despite conservative chatter, no one deserves the Nobel Peace Prize for developments in Korea just yet.
The next deadline for the president to certify — or not certify — that Iran is in compliance with the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, better known as the “Iran Nuclear Deal,” is May 12.
The historic meeting Friday between Republic of Korea President Moon Jae-in and Democratic People’s Republic of Korea Chairman Kim Jong-un continues to confound and perplex the world’s security analysts.
The DPRK has continued to surprise at every turn, beginning with the relational thaw just before the Winter Olympics in February.
Intelligence Community “back channels,” out of sight of the public and even most of the bureaucracy, serve a vital role.
South Korean representatives and the White House announced Thursday evening that President Trump has accepted an offer to meet with North Korean dictator Kim Jong-un by May.
Early Tuesday morning in Washington, news broke that Kim Jong-un is willing to discuss denuclearization.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo dedicated a good portion of his talk to one of our favorite topics here at Daily Intel — North Korea.
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